From “The Most Important Man in the Middle East” to House Arrest in Less Than Eight Months

ARE MORSI AND OBAMA ALIKE?

by Sharon Rondeau

Mohamed Morsi is a member of The Muslim Brotherhood, which seeks to convert non-believers to Islam or face dire consequences.

(Jul. 5, 2013) — In a November 28, 2012 article, TIME Magazine referred to Mohamed Morsi as”The Most Important Man in the Middle East.”

On July 3, 2013, Morsi was deposed from Egypt’s presidency and placed under house arrest, along with other members of The Muslim Brotherhood.

TIME did not hesitate to state that Morsi is a long-term member of the terrorist group whose goal is to impose Sharia law on all nations and societies.  It also described Morsi as “an Islamist.”

Obama and then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had supported Morsi and urged the Egyptian military to ease the transition from Hosni Mubarak’s to Morsi’s new regime.

Several months after taking office, Morsi assumed new powers not granted to him by the constitution, which alarmed many secularists and set off a new round of protests following those of the 2011 Arab Spring, which had driven Mubarak from power.

On Thursday, leaders of other Arab nations appeared pleased that Morsi had been deposed.  Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad, who Barack Hussein Obama has committed to defeating by arming his opponents in the ongoing civil war, stated on Wednesday that “The Muslim Brotherhood’s experiment fell quickly because it is wrong, and what is built on a wrong principle will definitely fall.”

Rep. Walter B. Jones (R-NC) drafted a resolution with the support of several other congressmen stating that sending U.S. military assistance to the Syrian rebels will be a cause for Articles of Impeachment of Obama to be written.

Reports of atrocities committed by both sides in the Syrian civil war have included that the rebels who Obama has pledged to assist are hostile to Christians.  Morsi had reportedly called for “jihad” against Shiite Muslims in Syria after calling for “peace” last November in his interview with TIME.  Persecution of Egyptian Christians, including children, increased markedly under Morsi.

Since Wednesday, Morsi supporters pillaged a Christian pastor’s home in the village of Delgia, with reports of continued “threats and intimidation” of Christians by Islamics.

On Friday, protests against Morsi’s ouster took place, with the Egyptian military attempting to arrest more than 300 members of The Muslim Brotherhood.

Obama himself also enjoyed a meteoric rise to the U.S. presidency following his incomplete first term as a U.S. Senator from Illinois.  He has refused to release such original documentation as his paper long-form birth certificate, college records and transcripts, and medical records.  The long-form birth certificate image posted on the White House website since April 27, 2011, has been analyzed by experienced law enforcement personnel and a certified forensic document examiner and declared a poor forgery.

It has been reported that every member of Congress is aware that the image is a forgery, but to date, none has taken action.

On which principles are the Obama regime built, and how long will it last?  Obama called for “hope and change” in 2008; what kind of “change” did he mean?

The number of people aware of the forgery within the Obama regime is as yet unknown.  However, it is known that Obama has favored Islamics and hosted them at the White House.  As a result of the developments in Egypt, Obama on Friday called for “transparency” during the transition period and inclusion of The Muslim Brotherhood in the new government which will be formed.

As a member of The Muslim Brotherhood, Morsi is in the company of “a young Osama bin Laden in Saudi Arabia, and Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the architect of the Sept. 11 attacks” as well as Ayman al Zawahiri, the current leader of Al Qaeda, which is a sworn enemy of the United States.

Then what is Obama doing supporting Morsi?

Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news.  She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.

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